KVPI Top Story Archives for 2016-04

Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI Mother's Day Contest

MAKE MOM QUEEN FOR A DAY

 

    The Classic Hits 92.5 Mother’s Day contest is now going on. Enter your mom to our Mother’s Day Contest by going to our Face Book Page and posting her photo as a comment. The prize list continues to grow. One special lady will be drawn from all the entries on Wednesday May 4. One entry per family. Good luck from Mom’s favorite radio station: Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI.

Win Phil Collins CD's This Week on Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI

Starting Monday through the week, Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI will be giving away Phil Collins deluxe 2 CD sets of his classic remastered albums like "No Jacket Required", "Testify" and "Hello I Must Be Going." When you hear your cue to call, the song "Take Me Home" by Phil Collins, call us at 337-506-2444, be caller 5 and you will be an instant winner of one of these great CD's. Good luck from the radio station with more winners, Classic Hits 92.5.

Happy Administrative Professionals Day

Beginning Monday through Wednesday, we will be sending special shout outs to secretaries from a number of offices and businesses in our listening area for Administrative Professionals Day Wednesday. If you would like to send a special greeting to that special person in your office, call us at KVPI at 363-2124 and talk to a member of our sales department: Becky, Stephanie or Raquella.

Text To Win Disney on Ice Tickets. Hurry, Our Drawing is Wednesday at Noon

Classic Hits 92.5 is giving away five 4-packs of tickets to see “Frozen” and other Disney characters at Disney on Ice this coming weekend at the Cajundome. All you need to do is text the word “Disney” to our “Text to Win” number at 337-459-6021. One entry per family. Our drawing is Wednesday at 11;45am in the Non Blonde Café with Steph in the morning. Hurry, time is running out.

Ville Platte Chamber of Commerce Announces Nominees for Awards Banquet

Ville Platte Chamber of Commerce Banquet

April 19, 2016

 

    The Ville Platte Chamber of Commerce will have their annual awards banquet Thursday April 28 at 7:00pm at the Ville Platte Civic Center. It weas announced that retired Lt. General Russel Honore’ will be the guest speaker. He is best known for serving as commander of Joint Task Force Katrinia responsible for coordinating military relief efforts for Hurricane Katrinia-affected areas across the Gulf Coast.

     Here are the nominees this year: For Man of the Year: Mark Buller- New York Life Agent; Lee Edward Clark- self employed/volunteer; Randy Deshotels-Clerk of Court; Clarence Rivers-retired educator/volunteer.

     For Woman of the Year: Renee Brown-Smoked Meat Festival Chairperson; Rebecca Buller-Keep Evangeline Beautiful Chairperson; Hilda Edwards-City of Ville Platte; and Diana Freeman-Johnson-JAG Chairperson.

     Business Person of the Year: Luke Deville-Teet’s Food Store; Scott and Amy Dupre-Teet’s Food Store; Toni Hamlin- Evangeline Parish School Superintendent; Alana McClaskey-The Flower Patch;

    Business of the year: B&S Grocery; H.L. Pitre and Sons; The Flower Patch; Teet’s Food Store and Uptown Cake Company.

    Tickets need to be purchased in advance by Monday April 25. Call 363-1878.

KVPI Honors and History Discussed at Rotary

KVPI WAS TOPIC AT ROTARY CLUB MEETING

APRIL 19, 2016

 

    The Ville Platte Rotary Club today (Tuesday) heard from KVPI officials at its weekly meeting.

    General Manager Mark Layne shared vintage photographs of KVPI including a photo of DJ Bootsie Cappell sitting at the control board in the 1950’s, another photograph of Jim Soileau, Charlie Manuel and another announcer broadcasting at the Tournoi in the 1960’s and  Jim Soileau and the late Dan Andrus in an early publicity photo of La Tasse de Café.

   Layne announced that KVPI-FM had won “Radio Station of the Year” by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters for the sixth year in a row for our community service programming. He thanked the business community for their support through the years.

   Special guests at the meeting were Dr. Rhonda Pucheu , President of Ville Platte Broadcasting Company and her husband John Pucheu, Vice President of the company.

   John shared a brief history of KVPI whose original stockholders included Dr. Roland Fink, Dr. Pucheu’s father, Lionel DeVille, and two sets of brothers: Joe and Vincent Riel and Tom and Paul DeClouet.  KVPI AM went on the air in 1953 with KVPI FM signing on in 1966.

   John Pucheu, who also serves as President of the Eunice Rotary Club, invited the Ville Platte Club to attend the second annual Experience Louisiana cultural event coming up in October in Eunice sponsored by the Eunice Rotary Club.

It's Jazz Fest Time Again! KVPI has your tickets

When you hear the Van Morrison Cue to Call, call 337-506-2444 to be qualified for our drawing for tickets to this year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival!  It's that easy.  Our drawing will be held April 19th at Noon.  Good Luck!

Win Foreigner Tickets from Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI

Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI will be giving you a chance to win tickets this week to see Foreigner in concert Friday April 22 at Paragon Casino Resort. Whenever you hear your cue to call "Jukebox Hero" by Foreigner, be caller 3 and we will qualify you for our drawing Monday April 18 at 12 noon. Five lucky listeners will each win a pair of tickets. You must be 21 or older. One qualifier per family. Good luck from Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI!

Y Not Stop Peanut Butter Drive Kick Off with KVPI road crew

The Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI Road Crew, Stephanie Ware and Raquel Manuel helped kick off the week long Peanut Butter Drive this morning at the Y Not Stop, Barber Spur. Here they are with Amanda St. Romain with St. Romain Oil. Please donate jars of peanut butter or $2 to a local Y Not Stop. All donations will remain here to help our needy at the Care and Share Center.

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